Or. Admin. R. 736-021-0040 - General Regulations

(1) The director, by written agreement, may cooperatively exercise jurisdiction and authority over the ocean shore state recreation area with a county, city, or political subdivision thereof for the purposes of enforcing this division and applicable state, county or city laws. Local government regulations pertaining to the ocean shore state recreation area are provided in division 30.
(2) A park employee may seek compliance from the public with any ocean shore state recreation area rules. (A person may not obstruct, harass or interfere with a park employee's official duties, including enforcing ocean shore state recreation area rules.
(3) A park manager or designated park employee may order any person who violates any ocean shore state recreation area rule to leave an ocean shore area.
(4) A park manager or an enforcement officer may exclude a person who violates any ocean shore state recreation area rule from the ocean shore area for a specified period of time.
(5) A peace officer, pursuant to a written agreement with the department, may seek compliance from the public with any ocean shore state recreation area rule and may order a person who violates one or more rules to leave the ocean shore area.
(6) A peace officer, pursuant to a written agreement with the department, may exclude a person who violates one or more of the following from an ocean shore state recreation area for a specified period of time:
(a) Ocean shore state recreation area rule;
(b) Federal, state, county, or city law; or
(c) Court order.
(7) The department may take action to protect ocean shore resources, to protect public health and safety, to provide security, to avoid user conflicts, or for other reasons deemed necessary. These actions include but are not limited to the following:
(a) Allowing by permit or limiting specific activities or uses in designated portions of the ocean shore state recreation area;
(b) Designating locations within the ocean shore state recreation area for specific uses, to avoid conflicts between users;
(c) Restricting access to or closing all or a portion of the ocean shore state recreation area; or
(d) Temporarily excluding a person from a portion or all ocean shore state recreation area.
(8) A person excluded from the ocean shore state recreation area under sections (4), (6) or (7) may contest the exclusion notice by filing a written appeal within seven business days of the exclusion date. The person excluded must submit the appeal to the department district manager responsible for the ocean shore state recreation area where the notice of exclusion was issued.

Notes

Or. Admin. R. 736-021-0040
PR 9-1994, f. 11-29-94, cert. ef. 12-1-94; PRD 1-2013, f. 1-15-13, cert. ef. 2-1-13

Stat. Auth.: ORS 390.660

Stats. Implemented: ORS 390.124, 390.635 & 390.660

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